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L’agenda universel post-2015 – Le partenariat ACP-UE répond-il encore à ses objectifs ?

Talking Points Blog | Published on 03-04-2015

Jean Bossuyt | Niels Keijzer (Alumnus)

L universalité est l un des aspects clés de l agenda global post-2015, mais que signifie-t-il pou [...]


Monitoring Regional Integration - tedious or a tool?

Talking Points Blog | Published on 07-11-2012

Bruce Byiers

With burgeoning regional integration and free-trade arrangements around the world, a key question is [...]


Post 2015 and beyond 2020: What new perspectives for Africa-EU and ACP-EU relations?

Talking Points Blog | Published on 21-06-2013

Clément Silverman (Alumnus)

The European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM) facilitated an informal high-level sem [...]


Towards a more coherent EU external action: Where does the ACP fit?

Talking Points Blog | Published on 02-03-2015

Discussing ACP-EU relations in a silo is a risky choice, Jean Bossuyt and Andrew Sherriff explain wh [...]


Predicting the Future of EU International Cooperation and Development

Talking Points Blog | Published on 03-10-2014

Andrew Sherriff | Cecilia Gregersen (Alumna)

It's a dangerous thing trying to predict the future, the EU s international development priorities a [...]

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The universal post-2015 agenda – how fit for purpose is the ACP-EU partnership?

Talking Points Blog | Published on 10-03-2015

Jean Bossuyt | Niels Keijzer (Alumnus)

Universality is one of the key aspects of the global post-2015 agenda, but what does this mean for A [...]


Towards a ‘normalisation’ of ACP-EU relations

Talking Points Blog | Published on 17-06-2011

Paul Engel (Alumnus)

Over the past couple of years, new global players underscored their ascendance in the world order. E [...]


“Doing Less and Choosing Better”: Pacific Perspectives on the Future of the ACP Group

Talking Points Blog | Published on 25-10-2013

Geert Laporte

The Pacific always has been regarded as the small boy in the ACP class". With the exception of the [...]


[VIDEO] Exclusive interview with the new Secretary General of the ACP group, Alhaji Muhammad Mumuni

Talking Points Blog | Published on 14-05-2013

Clément Silverman (Alumnus)

The Cotonou agreement governs relations between the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) group of st [...]


Tourism and Development in Caribbean-EU Relations: Bridging the Gap Between Policy and Practice

Talking Points Blog | Published on 25-03-2011

Tourism is the single most important economic sector in the Caribbean with an important potential fo [...]